The Golden Garden Specialty Acetate is fun to create with, and I’ll show you 4 ways to do it! Today is Part 8 of my “Create With DSP” series and we’ll be focusing on ways to showcase acetate on your projects.
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Create a Gate Fold Card with the Snail Mail DSP! Today is Part Six of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing ways to craft with this paper and create a stack.
Today is Part Five of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the True Love papers! Find lots of ways to create with this DSP, create a card using the Spotlight Technique and create a card stack!
Today is Part Four of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Ice Cream Corner paper for a stack of cards! And it can be combined with the April Paper Pumpkin kit to make a Side Flap Card.
Today is Part Three of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Well Suited papers! Choose the papers you want to use, create a triple column card, and then create a stack.
In Part Two of my “Create With DSP” Series, we’ll be focusing on the Hydrangea Hill papers! Whether it’s a large design, a tiny print, small odd-sized pieces, or even scraps, there’s something to try for your next stack of cards!
Are you ever intimidated by your Designer Series Paper? Today is Part One of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Sand & Sea papers!
This Playful Striped Dragonflies Card uses colorful designer series paper and a punch to quickly make a bright card. Find my step-by-step guide here!
Playing with Designer Series Paper, or DSP, can bring your card-making to a higher level! See how cutting it at an angle spruces up this Diagonal DSP Tasteful Touches Card!
This is a sampler of more than 100 sheets of the now-retired Designer Series Papers from Stampin’ Up cut to 6”x6” so that you can have a bit of everything!
Cleaning out your craft stash? Me, too. Try these 3D Medallion Gift Tags from DSP (Designer Series Paper) for all of your upcoming occassions. And the bonus? You can make these with your leftover DSP!
Here’s a great idea for your favorite leftover holiday DSP and those holiday cards you can’t bear to throw out: Make gift tags for next year’s christmas presents!